Dateline: Laurel, Indiana
Unreformed hawkish Hoosier hillbilly Al Barger runs the still squeezin' down the psychodelic Kentucky moonshine at More Things. What with the paranoid religious visions, the Pentecostal music, visions of God and anarchy running amok and such, somebody oughta call the cops to report his out of control freedom of conscience. Till they come to take him away somewhere where he can't hurt anyone else, you can check out his weekly column of new album releases.
Best bet this week is Linda Thompson's Versatile Heart.
The ghost of Johnny Cash helped Billy Joe Shaver write "Everybody's Brother".
Decent citizens abhor the Born Again Floozies
Even Jesus couldn't change human nature.
Being a mighty sailing man, of course Popeye got recruited for some of the WWII propaganda fun...
Prince sticks it to The Man!
Ol' Porter Wagoner can still bring the psycho
Reckon wonder what a highbrow English interpretation of "Walking the Floor Over You" might sound like?
Neil Finn's house gets crowded again, and they might be tame giants
How about we look at pictures of Kelly Rowland while actually listening to John Coltrane at Newport?